Best 5 Fun Water Parks For Toddlers In US

Are you planning a trip up there with toddlers? Then, there is no better place to  be, than splashing around at a water park or water playground!

Water parks are so much fun and are a thrilling experience for the whole family. The toddlers would love to stay cool in the pool, slide down a water slide, and drift lazily along a lazy river.

We all love a good splash every now and then!

Listed below are some of the best fun water parks for toddlers in and around the different states of the US.

Fun Water Parks For Toddlers


1. Aquatica by SeaWorld


This is one of the best water parks for toddlers operating in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; and Chula Vista, California. Aquatica is a chain of water parks owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment.

Little ones can slide along in specially designed rafts at Kata’s Kookaburra Cove, designed especially for beginners. Slide into about 2 feet of water, and splash around in a shallow pool, with these rafts. This location is ideal for kids under 48 inches tall, and is not much crowded.

For those who are looking for a thrill, every location in this water park, offers at least half dozen rides especially for older kids. You will find, an enclosed side-by-side tube slide at the Orlando’s Dolphin Plunge, that will take you underwater through a dolphin habitat. The toddlers would feel like they are swimming next to them.

Rates for children ages 10 and above is $44; and for ages 3 to 9 is $38 in San Diego. In San Antonio, it would cost you around, $45 for ages 3 and above. For ages 10 and above, the water park would charge at $58 for ages 10 and above, and $53 for ages 3 to 9 in Orlando. There is no charge for children ages 2 and under, at all the three park locations.

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2. Zoombezi Bay


This fun water park for toddlers is a 22.7 acre water park owned by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium near Powell, Ohio just north of Columbus.

Splash into just a few inches of water, into the adorable animal-themed slides, which make the swimmers-in-training comfortable.

The Baboon Lagoon section, at this water park, is a huge attraction, with rope bridges, large slides and squirting animals, especially for the budding thrill-seekers and school kids. For kids, 42 inches and taller, a raft ride holding five persons with programmable music and lights, is sure to become a family favorite.

Toddlers can also experience animal and marine life showcase with a hands-on tide pool, reptile lab, kangaroo walkabout and more at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

Rates at the water park are $33 for ages 10 and above, $25 for ages 3 to 9. There is no entry fee for younger kids.

3.Disney’s Blizzard Beach


This water theme park is located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida.

Little kids can have their own shallow section with melting snow sculptures, igloo fortresses, snow covered slides and chutes tunneling through snow. A one-acre wave pool, just a few inches deep, and surrounded by a sandy beach, provides great excitement for the kids.

The famous movie characters, Olaf and Kristoff from Frozen, will host games such as water-balloon tosses and relays, through 21 August of this year.

Families can hop on a white-water-raft ride or a bigger slide, at the top of Green Slope, through a chairlift with umbrella canopies. Kids who are 48 inches and taller, can race on inner tubes, on the Downhill Double Dipper, at 50 miles per hour.

Individual tickets start at $55 for ages 10 and above, $45 for kids from ages 3 to 9. There is no fee for kids under ages 3.

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4.Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts


Based in New Braunfels, Texas, Schlitterbahn is a family-owned and operated company. Schlitterbahn has developed three water parks located in Texas and one in Kansas City, Kansas.

Overlooking the Comal River in New Braunfels, young kids at the location can explore six spring-fed water areas, such as the Schatze’s Central Park with its castle slide, kiddie car wash with four chlorinated ones, and squirting fire hydrants

The park, overall offers 45 slides that kids under 36 inches tall can try. Additionally, the beachfront at the South Padre Island park features a five-story sand castle with ten small slides, squirting water features and water dumping from sand pails.

This fun water park also has tube rides to go on together, with double tubes having a bottom in the front, so that toddlers would not slip through.

Those who want to experience the thrill, can indulge in ‘The Deluge tube ride’, in New Braunfels, and the ‘Los Rios Azul’, in South Padre Island, which takes kids down a swift moving canyon with lots of waves.

Rates for the water park are $51 for ages 13 and above, $39 for kids ages 3 to 11, and is free for kids ages 2 and under.

5. Great Wolf Lodge


Great Wolf Lodge is America’s largest family of indoor water parks with hotels. This fun water park is a great destination for indoor water park fun for families, and has 13 locations nationwide.

Kids can experience thrilling slides and water fun, at this large 84-degree indoor water park, with thrilling slides and water fun. Experience complete water resort facilities start from spas, theme based rooms, water sports, kiddie pool and gaming zone.

Toddlers can count on three special sections for them at every park. They can hop on small jet skis and spray water blasters, at Cub Paw Pool. Friends or siblings can go down together, as long as they are not more than 48 inches tall, at the Whooping Hollow, that provides a series of four or more slides, including side-by-sides.

They can even explore, Fort Mackenzie, a multilevel tree house, that has dozens of places to squirt water plus a giant dumping bucket, that tips over every four minutes. You can even find a bell, that will alert you before the big spill.

For budding thrill seekers, head to the Double Barrel Drop, to make 450-degree spins with flashing colored lights in a tube available for two persons. Rooms include four water-park passes, that start at $249 per night in most locations. Make a note that day passes are not available.

By Supraja

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